"Another good one by Terry Trueman. This book is written from the perspective of an individual with severe cerebral palsy. He cannot communicate, so he is stuck with his own thoughts. A fascinating read that ends in a a rather interesting way."
"The yellow fever outbreak forces a family apart. I enjoyed it because I like reading about irradicated illnesses. I also used it in a paper on multicultural literature because of the role of African Americans."
"Jenna Fox does not remember much about her past. She finds herself awakening in a strange room and has been told that she survived a horrible accident. Set in the future, this novel explores scientific ethics and sheds light on possible future occurances. It is also a mystery as Jenna begins to remember who she was and discovers who she is."